A dramatic loss last weekend that saw the side concede twice in stoppage time means they are remain just points points away from the relegation zone, writes Tom Feaheny.
They go up against Concord Rangers on Saturday with just two points and two places separating them.
“We are looking forward to taking on another team who are struggling, we are going to be at home and in good spirit,” Collier told the club's website.
“It’s another big game. They are all big now and we back ourselves to beat anybody at home, so that is what we will try to do."
Collier believes his side can take plenty of positives from pushing a side going for promotion in St Albans City all the way last week.
"We had a game plan and followed it, we had chances and on another day would have won it, it just didn't go our way, but that being said, we can take a lot from it."
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